Congratulations to the 2016 Newman Civic Fellows!
19 outstanding Florida students are among the 218 students from across the country honored as 2016 Newman Civic Fellows. These promising student leaders have demonstrated an investment in their community through service, research, and advocacy. Nominated for the award by their college or university’s President, these Fellows are making the most of their college experiences to better understand themselves, the root causes of social issues, and effective mechanisms for creating lasting change.
The 2016 Newman Civic Fellows from Florida colleges and universities are:
Robert Down, Adventist University of Health Sciences
Christian Mesa, Barry University
Julia Weatherspoon, Eastern Florida State College
Demetrius Smith, Edward Waters College
Willie Williams, Florida A&M University
Christy Folk, Florida Atlantic University
Lauren Morimanno, Florida Gulf Coast University
Corin Lobo, Florida Institute of Technology
Stephon Green-Monroe, Florida State College at Jacksonville
Maydee Martinez, Miami Dade College
Lizabelt Avila, New College of Florida
Isabelle Runge, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Pablo Campos, Pensacola State College
Arden Baxter, Rollins College
Rosmery Nerey Rodriguez, Seminole State College of Florida
Taylor Duguay, Stetson University
Misha Smith, Tallahassee Community VCollege
Andy Garcia, University of Florida
Alexis Musick, University of Miami
For a complete list of 2016 Newman Civic Fellows, bios and more information on the award, click here.